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Selecting the right location for your business is critical. • Demand Response Programs • Demand Response Auction Mechanism Pilot • Capacity Bidding Program • Log in to InterAct - Energy Management Tool • SmartAC™ Contractors and Programs • Find Contractors & Professionals • Find Efficiency Specialists • Find Trade Professionals Financing • Energy Efficiency Financing • Financing FAQ Close Navigation • RATE PLANS Rate Plans • Explore Rate Plans • Peak Day Prici...

Last updated:  07-20-2017

The former Colusa manufactured gas plant (MGP)operated at 105 Second Street in Colusa, California from 1886 to 1940. For your security, you have been logged out of your session due to inactivity. This work is part of a voluntary program under the oversight of the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC). In 2013, PG&E completed cleanup work at the site. PG&E worked with the Colusa Garden Club to develop a landscaping plan for the exterior areas of the site and the Garden Cl...

Last updated:  06-22-2017

Created to grow jobs in California, our Economic Development Rate provides eligible businesses with a 12 or 30 percent discount on electricity—depending on the location of the business. Visit Find Money Back Rebates for Your BusinessExplore careers. • Demand Response Programs • Demand Response Auction Mechanism Pilot • Capacity Bidding Program • Log in to InterAct - Energy Management Tool • SmartAC™ • Contractors and Programs • Find Contractors & Professionals • Find Effic...

Last updated:  07-22-2017

With PG&E's Solar Choice and Regional Solar Choice, anyone can access solar energy even if your business location can't support rooftop solar. Visit Together, Building a Better CaliforniaView ways to pay. Please Click here to login again. Other Solar OptionsSolar Choice RatesHow Solar Programs Works solar panels with sun beaming on it Solar Choice How it works With PG&E's Solar Choice and Regional Renewable Choice, anyone can access solar energy even if your business location can't support p...

Last updated:  07-18-2017

Safety is our highest priority at PG&E. To ensure that you remain safe when doing any digging projects, always call 811 first. For your security, you have been logged out of your session due to inactivity. Whether you are planting a tree or a garden, or digging holes for fence posts, call 811 at least two business days before you plan to start your project. Visit Gas safety for contractors For additional information about 811 or to make an online request, go to the Underground Service Alert N...

Last updated:  07-11-2017

A minimum amount of electricity or natural gas use that satisfies a substantial portion of the energy needs of the average PG&E customer in a specific service area called a “climate zone”. Set by the California Public Utilities Commission, baseline quantities vary depending on customer location, the time of year (summer or winter), and home heating source. Baseline A minimum amount of electricity or natural gas use that satisfies a substantial portion of the energy needs of the average PG...

Last updated:  07-10-2017

With PG&E's Solar Choice and Regional Solar Choice, anyone can access solar energy even if your business location can't support rooftop solar. PG&E's Solar Choice • You use energy in the form of electricity to power your home every day. Learn more about the estimated impact on your energy statement by checking out our Rate Calculator. As it nears operation, you can work with a developer to enroll with PG&E in the program. PG&E's Solar Choice Regional Renewable Choice Enroll in PG&E's Solar...

Last updated:  07-21-2017

This location contains links to documents CTAs will need to complete and submit to PG&E in order to participate in Core Gas Aggregation Services. Please Click here to login again. Business to BusinessRetail Energy SuppliersinCore Transport Agent Resource CenterCore Transport Agent Documents Get required Core Transport Agent documents Find out what you must submit to join our Core Gas Aggregation Service Core Transport Agent (CTA) applicants must fill out and submit the following documents to ...

Last updated:  07-08-2017

Don't Dig Yourself Into a Hole, Always Call 811 Before Any Excavation Project. California law requires customers to notify utilities at least two working days before digging. PG&E receives approximately 600,000 "mark and locate" requests through USA each year. Notify USA if work continues beyond that time • Immediately notify utilities about any type of contact or damage to its wires or pipes • If there is any type of damage to PG&E electric wires or gas pipelines, or if there is ...

Last updated:  02-11-2089

Dig Safely by Calling 811 Two Days Before you Begin your Outdoor Project. Failing to do so can result in costly fines and delayed projects. This free program notifies PG&E and other utilities so that we can identify whether there are underground facilities at your project area. For more information, visit pge.com www.pge.com/ and PG&E Newsroom www.pge.com/en/about/newsroom/index.page. To continue, please click here. Your session has timed out.

Last updated:  02-05-2089
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